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biotech

(bī′ō-tĕk′)
n. Informal
Biotechnology.

biotech

adjective Referring to biotechnology, see there.
noun Biotechnology, see there.
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The report takes the reader through a comprehensive review Biotech deal trends, key players, top deal values, as well as deal financials, allowing the understanding of how, why and under what terms, companies are entering Biotech partnering deals.
Besides the Americas, other smart nations of the world are also benefitting from the economy-boosting opportunities biotech offers.
Led by James Anthony, global head of biotech, and Graciela Racaro, Global Head of Biotech Operations, the division will help emerging companies minimize complexity, reduce costs, and accelerate timelines.
PAREXEL Biotech will take a consultative approach to help companies achieve their objectives throughout discovery, proof of concept, development, registration and commercialization, with services that include: global regulatory and strategy consulting China advisory services, quantitative clinical development and genomic medicine services, patient recruitment services, trial execution services, and Real World Evidence programs.
He appreciated Pakistan's progress on biotech cotton and said that it had increased its biotech cotton area by 3.4pc or 100,000 hectares from 2.9 million hectares to three million hectares.
Based on its website, Biotech JP was a subsidiary of Biotech Japan, based in Niigata prefecture.
Biotech maize field trials exhibited excellent performance in farmers' fields.
JHL Biotech is backed by premier financial firms, including Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Sequoia Capital, Biomark Capital, Milestone Capital, Fidelity and the China Development Industrial Bank.
The center, which already runs a business incubator program that serves about 15 startup companies at a time, is considering opening a lab and incubator program that could serve three to four biotech ventures, according to Executive Director Mary Ann Kristiansen.
Having achieved this milestone last year, the stakeholders are looking for an economic boost through biotech varieties of Maize.
Since 1996, 2 billon hectares of arable land - a massive area more than twice the landmass of China or the United States - have been planted with biotech crops.